Fruits and Veg A-Z

Some of these are ridiculously hard, but try your best.
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Last updated: September 19, 2020
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First submittedSeptember 19, 2020
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Level 76
Sep 19, 2020
The ugni fruit picture is a picture of grapes
Level 31
Sep 20, 2020
I know it looks like it, but I guarantee you it's not.
Level 62
Jan 3, 2022
i dont understand why honeydew is not accepted :/
Level 66
Jan 3, 2022
The peach picture shows nectarines, and the squash picture shows pumpkins.
Level 87
Jan 3, 2022
That honeydew looks a galia to me. Otherwise, it's good to have a challenging quiz about something we're all familiar with.
Level 67
Jan 3, 2022
Good quiz, but can I make a couple of suggestions?

You need to take into account regional differences in names. Swede is called rutabaga in North America.

Would also be nice if you accepted broader answers:

- Plurals/singulars as acceptable answers (wouldn't take pea for peas)

- Simplified answers (honeydew for honeydew melon)

- Common misspellings (kolrabi for kohlrabi, etc)

Really enjoyed the quiz even if it did make me hungry!

Level 77
Apr 14, 2022
Also in English: courgette and aubergine
Level 67
Jan 3, 2022
Might you accept just "honeydew?"
Level 68
Jan 3, 2022
I was interested in what some of these were and look them up, for at least the Jicama and the Ugni, they look nothing like the pictures you used (unless there is some regional difference in naming). The jicama looks like a root vegetable not a pea pod.
Level 56
Apr 21, 2023
It's both. We usually eat the root part of jicama, but apparently there is also a bean-like seed.
Level 56
Apr 21, 2023
I was thrown by there being no "V" and I kept trying to make the watercress picture into some kind of "V" word.